A fabulous trip: what to see with children abroad
In order for the journey to be truly fabulous, maybe it’s worth devoting it to your favorite fairy-tale hero? In many European countries whole fairy-tale routes are being developed, theme parks are being built, which children and adults are happy to visit, because each of us dreams even a little bit to return to childhood. So, have you gone?
The German road of fairy tales (German: Deutsche M auml; rchenstra szlig; e) is a popular tourist route in Germany, which includes more than 60 points in one way or another connected with the life of the great storytellers Brothers Grimm and the adventures of the characters of their tales. And some of them will surely provoke genuine interest among your little travelers!
For example, lviv Schwalmstadt – the native land of favorite fairy-tale heroine of the Little Red Riding Hood. It was here that she was settled by the Brothers Grimm, where festivals and celebrations are held in honor of this fabulous heroine. The symbol of the German city Göttingen and the favorite object of all tourists was the fountain Girl with a goose , based on a fairy tale Golden goose, but the influx of tourists in SabaBurg local residents are obliged to the ruins of the old castle in the depths of the huge forest of Reinhardswald, in which, according to legend, a hundred years ago slept sleeping Beauty waiting for the beautiful prince, who will kiss her. Enchanted Trendelburg Castle (Burg Trendelburg) will remind tourists of the history Rapunzel. It was with the huge round tower of Trendelburg that the beautiful Rapunzel lowered her wonderful braids.
In the terrarium London Zoo a scene was taken in which eleven-year-old Harry realized that he could talk to snakes, and Kings Cross railway station in London, located in the north-eastern part of the city - Camden, invites to be photographed near platform 9 frac34; - the famous enchanted platform with which young wizards were sent.
But the prototype Hogwarts School and the location of the film was Alnick Castle in the north of England in the county of Northumberland. The castle is already over 700 years old and it is the second largest populated castle in Britain. The appearance of the castle, its courtyards were best suited for creating a screen image of the school of wizards. Inside Hogwarts-Alnika, Harry learned to control the broom. Some scenes of the final game in Quidditch were also shot in the castle of Alnick.